Tranquility app for stressed iPhone and iPod touch users

Upset because your iPhone 3G isn’t functioning properly? Or maybe the smartphone’s ultracompact USB power adapter is stressing you? Can’t sleep at night because of Microsoft’s decision to continue with selling licenses for WinMo? Your girlfriend / boyfriend left you?   

Well worry not, because a company called Freeverse has just launched Tranquility: an app for stressed iPhone and iPod touch users. 

Coming with professionally-recorded sounds and a set of images said to be “beautiful”, Tranquility is created to make sure you are stressed no more. The application can also help you sleep better, or at least that’s what Freeverse says.

 

Here are all of Tranquility’s features: 

  • Touch-and-swipe controls plus a simple interface
  • Custom-length soundtracks
  • Endless loop mode
  • Dynamic-range inspiring graphics
  • And a 60-minute relaxation and mediation track, as bonus

Also, users can choose from a handful of “aural landscapes” like: Zen Meditation, Ocean Waves, Flowing Water, Rain, White Noise, Thunderstorms and Mechanical Hums. I’m not sure how something mechanical can be relaxing, but hey, we have to believe Freeverse on this one.  

Get your own Tranquility app from here or from here (iTunes direct link). It costs only $0.99 and I have a hunch it’ll be a killer app. Because there are lots of stressed iPhone and iPod owners out there, you know.   

Author: Ilinca Nita

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    Also, users can choose from a handful of “aural landscapes” like: Zen Meditation, Ocean Waves, Flowing Water, Rain, White Noise, Thunderstorms and Mechanical Hums. I’m not sure how something mechanical can be relaxing, but hey, we have to believe Freeverse on this one.